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Book Review. The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy
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The book is a description of how the small things in life build up, translate into people's behavior and affect their lives. This novel is about the decline and fall of an Indian family, it is partly political fable, partly psychological drama, partly fairy tale. … Set mainly in Kerala, India, in the 1960s, "The God of Small Things" is about two children, the…
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God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy - Dramatic Monologue
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Ammu: At every turn of my life, you continued to harass and haunt me with one excuse or the other, and now you have locked me up to protect caste purity! You wish to defend lineage at all costs! You humiliate me by using madcap Inspector Matthews who seeks the pleasure of… Do you think that you alone are the protector of Purity of the future generations!…
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Comparing The End of the Imagination and The Redfern Speech
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Introduction Communication between human beings is one of the most interesting, and a complicated thing. Different people have different opinions about everything that exists. Hence, if one person is to convince others to believe in what he is saying, then he needs to use evidence to prove his point of view correct.… Arundhati Roy and Paul Keating, to convince…
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What does the river symbolize in The God of Small Things
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The book shows the river as a place has a significant use for the local people. Over the years, people have been urinating and defecating in it. Still, they bathe and ride on… This way, it is unfit to fulfill the roles it did when it was not polluted (Roy 44). This can be related to how Estha loses his innocence and safety when he is molested. The book…
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The New American Century
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The author discusses problems concerning New World Order and the impact of new system on the nations. Since the end of the WWII, the USA has occupied a dominant position in the world as the powerful political and economic leader. … The New American Century Political globalization is an active trend which has replaced the old system of international…
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Summary
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The displacement of the masses that takes place; as a result of the development of mega dams. Although the world appreciates and looks into the economic factors, little… She has termed the bigger dams a recipe of disaster that impacts the masses in a direct manner. She expresses her concern in the context of the price being paid by the ordinary citizen. The…
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Workplace Stress
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Work place stress can be defined as stress taken due to excess workload or other reasons like job insecurity or improper working conditions and atmosphere. Other reasons can be family problems that can be on the mind of a person leading him to have a work place stress due to… Organizations also make atmosphere employee friendly and suitable for work by meeting…
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Article Review: The Nation
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In the paper “Article review» the author discusses problems concerning New World Order and the impact of new system on the nations. He shows that there are diverse views on the problem of American dominant position in the world and its role in economic and social life of different regions.… Political globalization is an active trend which has replaced the old…
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Choose a quote from a journal article and use it to put forth your own argument
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English The word hegemony is derived from the Greek word ‘hegeisthai’, which roughly translates to the phrase, ‘to lead’. Leaders that were seasoned in the early times were able to exert pressure and strength over people, influencing and affecting their lives, these leaders were called hegemons.… The term hegemony, historically, signifies a city, state or…
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The Greater Common Good by Arundhati Roy
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In the research paper “The Greater Common Good by Arundhati Roy” the author analyzes the essay, which explains how the developed world exploited and plundered the natural resources of Africa in the historical and current context.… The one conclusion that follows from these texts is that the natural wealth of the third world nations…
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The Great Indian Dream: A Question of Evolution and Not Revolution
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Like the Great American Dream which became a proverbial symbol of prosperity and limitless opportunities, the great Indian Dream also stands for almost the same things. But what is more… On the surface it seems, that it was all about taking the rights steps at the right time. The revolutionary steps that government took in early 90s to change its economic…
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My experience with writing
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Moreover writing styles are different for different mediums. The writing of a journalist is much different from that of a literature writers or… An English writer will always prefer writing in English where as a person like me whose native language is Arabic, like to write in Arabic only. It will be difficult for me to write in English or Hindi. Why writers…
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Culture of Dissent
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This essay entitled "Cultures of Dissent" deals with the description of dissent cultures. It is stated here that in the broadest possible spectrum cultures of dissent are organized by groups of people who disagree with a predominant ideology.  … Muto Ichiyo is well known in Japan as a scholar of contemporary Japanese politics and society, and…
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DISSERTATION PROPOSAL: Edward Said's Orientalism and its implications for reading literary texts
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The object of this paper is a proposal in support a dissertation and to state the approach to the work, research, and materials in support of the working thesis. The thesis is based on the theories of Edward Said’s Orientalism and its Implication for Reading Literary Texts.… “In Orientalism,” Said argued that Western cultural representations of the Orient…
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The death penalty
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Name 15 April 2012 "If we execute murderers and there is in fact no deterrent effect, we have killed a bunch of murderers. If we fail to execute murderers, and doing so would in fact have deterred other murders, we have allowed the killing of a bunch of innocent victims.… This means that if a person kills someone, in most cases, he himself will get adjudged to…
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Nostalgia in Amitava Kumar's BombayLondonNew York
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n Bombay-London-New York, Amitava Kumar evokes an India f rural simplicity, ancient traditions and bewitching rituals. Through a string f stories, he shows how the Indian diaspora internalized this view and brought Bollywood, bhangra and biryani to Britan and the US to create an imaginary home away from home.… Said emerges not just as an intellectual giant,…
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Woman and Social Oppression
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The collection Women’s Voices, Feminist Vision, by Susan Shaw and Janet Lee, and the novel The God of Small Things, by Arundhati Roy, both explore the constructs that women face within various societies. Women’s Voices, Feminist Vision focuses mostly on the gender roles that… Even with laws to prevent this sort of treatment of women, we suffer from this…
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Freedom, the individual and the role of the writer in society, what is protest literature
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Professor Name: Date: Freedom, the individual, Writer’s Role in Society and Protest Literature A writer is actually the intellectual leader of a social establishment, who draws out colorful depiction of the norms, values, mores, traditions, cult, customs and conventions prevailing in the culture of his contemporary society through the magic of his words in the form of poesy or prose or both in order to highlight the cultural traits of society on the one hand, and chaos, disorder, evil and perversions prevailing in society on the other.…
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Business Negotiation Skills
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The project was to generate electricity in two phases by importing liquefied natural gas from Qatar for the second phase at Dabhol, a town situated on the Indian Ocean. Central to the Dabhol project was Enron’s business interest in getting a buyer for the produced electricity.… This essay stresses that the opposition to the project had begun with the filing of…
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Applied Theory of Economics
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Since the dawn of the Industrial Revolution there has been exponential growth in production efficiency .With the improvements in transports and communications the world economy has been becoming more and more integrated. Despite the innovations in how business is done, the underlying principle on which all firms and corporations operate ,"the profit principle" that is to keep revenues up and keeping costs down, still remains the same.…
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Constructions of gender,sexuality,and the family in indian religions and cultures
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Indian male society has relegated women to a secondary position. They treat women as second-class citizens and strip them of even basic human rights. This is a big problem not… Deepa Mehta, a Canadian-Indian filmmaker has tackled this issue with a new dimension by producing a controversial movie, Fire. When the film was released in India in 1997, it caused a…
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Ethnographic Research paper
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Negotiations with Multiculturalism in a Globalized World Your Name Name of of Professor Negotiations with Multiculturalism in a Globalized World There are many differences between the different cultures of the world in today’s age.… This has been made possible due to the rapid growth of industries and technological uses in the daily lives of people. Technology…
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The Institution of Family in Transition
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In the novels of Toni Morrison, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Nadine Gordimer, Hanan El-Sheikh, Nawal El Saadawi and Arundhati Roy, female suffering expresses the violence of slavery, religious fundamentalism and poverty. Rather than simply revealing loss and diminishment, the areas of criticism most contemporary critics focus upon, such works expose the possibility of transformation through transgressive narratives that discover a sense of wholeness through a moral and spiritual defiance and a redefinition of beauty.…
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Describe the culture (e.g., lifestyles, values, mores, and other characteristics) of at least two minority cultural populations living within your home state
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The reason for choosing these cultures is because they have managed to create a unique identity for themselves despite coming from one of the poorest… For the purpose of this paper, I have identified the Mexican and the Indians as the minority cultures living in my area. The reason for choosing these cultures is because they have managed to create a unique…
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Minority cultures
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Running Head: MINORITY CULTURES Minority Cultures [The name of the writer will appear here] [The name of the institution will appear here] [The name of the Professor] [Course] SECTION A Statement of Purpose: For the purpose of this paper, I have identified the Mexican and the Indians as the minority cultures living in my area.… From an education point of view,…
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